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Review: Alison Gray’s Out of the Tower

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Earlier in the year I reviewed Hibiscus Fruit, a detective novel by Alison Gray that I had a small issue …

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An announcement

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We are pleased to announce that we have launched our editorial company. The venture, in partnership with author Tim Marquitz, …

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Review: Nick Christofides’ The Border Reiver

The Border Reiver

Before I start this review I feel I need to tell you two things. Firstly, as a Scot, I am …

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Review: Darcy Conroy’s As Long As She Lives

As Long As She Lives

Surviving African genocide doesn’t often make the backbone of a “romance” novel but this is no ordinary sweep-you-off-your-feet relationship novel …

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Tim Marquitz – Aftermath (Demon Squad Book 9)

Aftermath

What do you do when your life crumbles around you? If you’re Frank “Triggaltheron” Trigg you climb into a bottle …

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Review: David Ross Wood’s Horns of the Minotaur

Horns Of The Minotaur

In an attempt to halt the rapidly escalating attacks on Minotaur Resource assets, the CEO of the company, George Pollard, …

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Review: Frank Galli’s Immortal Vigil – Keiko and the Pill Box Murders

Immortal Vigil

Kaiver Sin is the lead detective of the last non-corrupt police squad in the city of Pandora. They are the …

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Rodney Lacroix – Romantic as Hell: Tales of Woe, Tips of Woo

Romantic As Hell

Romantic as Hell: Tales of Woe, Tips of Woo (Comedy/Non-Fiction) When Rodney Lacroix was growing up, he wanted to be …

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It’s our first (and last) double trouble week!

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We thought that it might be nice to offer up a bit of a special, completely out of the blue. …

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Guest Post: Give Me Some Space: The Importance of Declaring Your Workspace

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A word from Sara Cleveland: One of the things I have struggled in my journey as a writer is my …

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Tom Reinhart – Das Vampir 2

Das Vampir 2

Das Vampir 2 (Horror/Short Story) A short horror story from the author of Saint Monolith and Judgment, Das Vampir is …

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FREE: Florence Osmund’s Boxed Set: The Coach House and Daughters: August 6th-9th

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Boxed Set: The Coach House and Daughters (Literary Fiction/Historical Fiction) In THE COACH HOUSE newlyweds Marie and Richard Marchetti have …

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Interview – Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a Lifetime

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a lifetime. Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, …

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Featured 5 Authors: August 2015

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Our top 5 visited Author pages for July were: TOP PROFILE – Darian Wigfall, author of A Dying Breed: Bright …

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Featured 5 Resources: August 2015

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Our top 5 visited Resources pages for July were: TOP RESOURCE – Pro Writing Aid Improve the readability and clarity …

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Ed Stuteville – Careless Whispers: Muddy Waters Series, Book 1

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Careless Whispers: Muddy Waters Series, Book 1 (Suspense) Brad Caldwell is a 33-year-old ex-convict who returns home to Etowah when …

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Interview – Howard Smith author of Diary of a Sinner

Howard Smith

Today we are joined by Howard Smith, author of Diary of a Sinner.   Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Howard.   Howard …

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D.E. Morris – Aliens and the Race to Earth

Aliens And The Race To Earth

Aliens and the Race to Earth (Science-Fiction) Continue the adventure from “Aliens in the Gift Shop” A deep space science …

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Open Blog Weekend: 15 Great and Easy Ways to Promote Your Book Online

Open Blog Weekend

There is one question in the publishing universe that has, and always will linger on author’s minds; how to promote and …

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Open Blog Weekend: Writing a Travel Blog

Open Blog Weekend

Thanks to cheaper airfare and accommodation, more and more people are able to travel these days. This means that many …

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